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Jack Ramage
25 October 2023, 13:27

Tomorrowland Winter announces first names for 2024 line-up

The festival will take place at a French ski resort 1,869m above sea level

Tomorrowland Winter shares first names for 2024 edition

Tomorrowland Winter has announced the first names that will play at its 2024 edition.

Taking place from 16th to 23rd March 2024, the festival is set to welcome more than 150 artists to the French ski resort of Alpe d’Huez, located in the centre of the Oisans region of the French Alps 1,869m above sea level. 

Those confirmed to be playing at the event so far include Afrojack, Amber Broos, Andromedik, Armin van Buuren, B Jones, Lost Frequencies, MATTN, Netsky, Steve Aoki, and more. Further announcements are expected to be made in the coming months. 

Earlier this month, Tomorrowland – which was voted No.1 festival in the world in DJ Mags’ Top 100 Festivals poll 2023 – announced the event will have the theme of Amicorum Spectaculum, “one of the most mythical themes in the history of the festivals”.

Last week, Tomorrowland also released a selection of recorded sets from its recent Brazil edition on YouTube, check out the recording of Afrojack’s set here

Tomorrowland also released a new documentary, We Are Tomorrow, in collaboration with Amazon Music, earlier this month. Directed by Wim Bonte, the documentary explores the music and global community of the festival. You can watch the 30-minute-long film here.

All Tomorrowland Winter Packages, including lodging in Alpe d’Huez, as well as 4-day festival passes, are sold out. 

7-day festival passes, as well as a limited amount of 1-day festival passes, are still available –  you can purchase both at